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Invest in Students

Help Minneapolis students graduate career and college ready

Minneapolis students depend on strong community support from each and every one of us. AchieveMpls provides many opportunities to engage with our schools and make a difference in the lives of our young people. We invite you to invest generously through your gifts of time, talent and financial resources.

Check out all of our great engagement opportunities below and stay in touch through our new AchieveMpls eNews!

HBCU college fair participants

Volunteer with Students

Sharing your professional expertise and personal experience with Minneapolis students is one of the best ways to help them prepare for college, careers and future contributions to our community. As a volunteer with AchieveMpls, you can make a direct impact on students while refreshing your own professional skills - and having a great time!

Hire a STEP-UP Achieve Intern

STEP-UP Achieve—part of the City of Minneapolis STEP-UP program — connects businesses with the next generation of talented and diverse workers, provides critical job training and hands-on experience for young people, and builds a stronger Twin Cities workforce for our knowledge-based global economy.

STEP-UP Celebration 2012

Attend a Public Education Event

There’s no better way to get engaged with MPS and its students than to attend a community event. AchieveMpls provides great several learning opportunities for individuals and organizations.

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Join the Minneapolis Alumni Connection

Looking for a great way to give back as a Minneapolis Public Schools alum? Check out these great opportunities through the new Minneapolis Alumni Connection!

Learn About Education Issues

AchieveMpls staff have gathered several reports and articles that provide an in-depth look at some of the most important issues in public education today.

Make a Donation

Join our dedicated community of donors who are building a stronger Minneapolis by investing in the academic, career and life success of the young people of Minneapolis Public Schools.